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|Birth date:||January 24, 1966|
|Birth place:||Paris, France|
|Profession:||Voice Actor, Comedian, Television producer, Singer|
|Education:||Northwestern University, Holton-Arms School|
|Children:||Henry Hall, Charles Hall|
|Parents:||Judith Bowles, Gérard Louis-Dreyfus|
|Siblings:||Lauren Bowles, Emma Louis-Dreyfus, Raphael Louis-Dreyfus, Phoebe Louis-Dreyfus|
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Julie Dreyfus was born on the 24th January 1966, in Paris, France, and is an actress best known for her roles in Quentin Tarantino‘s blockbusters such as “Kill Bill: Vol. 1” (2003), “Kill Bill: Vol. 2” (2004) as well as in “Inglourious Basterds” (2009) for which she was honored with Screen Actors Guild Award. She is also widely known for her appearance in the Japanese culinary TV show “Ryôri no Tetsujin” (Iron Chef).
Have you ever wondered how much wealth this French actress has accumulated so far? How rich Julie Dreyfus is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total amount of Dreyfus’ net worth, as of early 2017, is over $8 million, acquired primarily through her acting career which began in 1992.
Julie Dreyfus Net Worth $8 million
Julie was born into the artistic family of Pascale Audret, an actress and Francis Dreyfus, a music producer, and is of French and Jewish descent. After attending the University of Paris’s Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilization, she moved to Japan where she became interested in Japanese architecture, and later enrolled at Osaka University of Foreign Studies. After graduation, she transferred to Tokyo where she took a job in an interior design studio. In 1988, Julie began working as French language tutor on the NHK’s TV morning educational program; these engagements provided the basis for Julie Dreyfus’ net worth and opened the door toward a more prominent, acting career.
Her striking beauty and fluency in French, English and Japanese helped her to land her first on-camera engagement – she debuted as an actress with the role of Mary in the 1992 drama “Toki rakujitsu”. However, more professional recognition came in 1994 when her acting talents were presented to the world in the critically acclaimed biographical drama, Rintaro Mayuzumi’s “Rampo”. Later that year she made her English-language acting debut in Justin Hardy‘s comical drama “A Feast at Midnight” after which she gained worldwide popularity which led her to more lucrative acting engagements. It is certain that all these roles contributed to Julie Dreyfus’ net worth in a positive manner.
In 1998, Julie appeared in two episodes of the only season of “The Crow: Stairway to Heaven” TV series, then the first role in her native French occurred in the 2002 TV movie “Jean Moulin”. However, the real breakthrough in Julie Dreyfus’s acting career came in 2003, when she appeared as Sofie Fatale in Quentin Tarantino‘s cult thriller “Kill Bill: Vol. 1”, featuring Uma Thurman in the leading role. Julie reprised the role in 2004 sequel “Kill Bill: Vol. 2”, and she has continued to collaborate with Tarantino by appearing in his motion picture, the 2009 war drama “Inglourious Basterds” in which she starred as fictional Joseph Goebbels’ mistress, Francesca Mondino, opposite Christoph Waltz, Michael Fassbender and Brad Pitt in the leading roles. Doubtlessly, all these achievements have made a huge, positive impact of Julie Dreyfus’s wealth in total.
Apart from all those mentioned above, Julie Dreyfus has starred in two Japanese TV series, “Kyûkei no Kôya” in 2010 and “Kamo, kyôto e iku – shinise ryokan no okami nikki” in 2013.
In her personal life, Julie keeps that very private, refusing to answer any questions on possible romantic liaisons, or her general life away from the cameras.
More about Julie Dreyfus:
|Kamo, kyôto e iku - shinise ryokan no okami nikki||2013||TV Mini-Series|
|Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair||2011|
|Kyûkei no Kôya||2010||TV Series||Hélène|
|Inglourious Basterds||2009||Francesca Mondino|
|Tokyo!||2008||L'interpréte de Voland (2) (segment "Merde")|
|Kill Bill: Vol. 2||2004||Sofie Fatale|
|Kill Bill: Vol. 1||2003||Sofie Fatale|
|Jean Moulin||2002||TV Movie||Lydie Bastien|
|The Crow: Stairway to Heaven||1998||TV Series||India Reyes|
|A Feast at Midnight||1994||Mother|
|Kill Bill: Vol. 1||2003||casting associate|
|Sekai fushigi hakken!||1986||TV Series||Herself (as Jurî Dorefyusu)|
|The Making of 'Kill Bill'||2003||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|Iron Chef||1995||TV Series||Herself - Taster / Panel Guest|
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|1||Her favorite Quentin Tarantino film is Jackie Brown (1997).|
|2||Father is music producer Francis Dreyfus, founder of Dreyfus Records.|
|3||Her parents divorced in 1973, after 8 years of marriage|
|4||Maternal uncle is legendary French singer-songwriter Hugues Aufray, who is known as the French Bob Dylan.|
|5||During filming breaks on Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003), she and Daryl Hannah would venture out on many, many shopping trips.|
|6||Met Quentin Tarantino at a film festival in Japan. He saw her on various billboards around Tokyo before he met her. In Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003), she was seen on the Tokyo billboards advertising Red Apple Cigarettes.|
|7||She was the Tokyo Casting Associate for Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) and Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) and she read Uma Thurman's role when casting in Japan.|
|8||Has known Quentin Tarantino, since meeting him at a film festival in Japan in the nineties.|
|9||Mother is French actress Pascale Audret, who tragically died in a road accident in July 2000.|
|10||Appeared on the tasting panel for Iron Chef in "Battle Corn" and "Battle Oyster". (& "Battle Lotus Root").|
|11||Fluent in English, French, and Japanese.|
|1||(on filming Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)) "I mean, on that last day, you would get to your spot, you'd get a break and go to the bathroom or whatever, and then you'd have to just pick your way through the bodies and not slip in the blood. I mean, it was exactly like that. It was very surreal. It was bizarre."|
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